I was browsing Jomashop, admiring some Omega Aqua Terras; a watch that I have been lusting after for a long time and may be in a position to consider purchasing in the (hopefully) not too distant future. I was looking at the different models, particularly in the smaller diameters, and came across the model that catches my attention every single time I see it - ref. 23110392154001. It has several features that I love: 38.5mm diameter (perfect for my 6.75" wrists), with a white (not silver) dial, with black hands and hour markers that contrast nicely and look like they would provide excellent legibility. There is a problem, though, that isn't usually too obvious at the first glance of a small thumbnail, but when you expand the image and see it - diamonds. I have never been an advocate of diamonds on men's watches (nor am I a fan of blinginess in general, for that matter), and I sincerely wish that this model came in a sans-diamond version, but it just doesn't (please, please, correct me if I'm wrong). My question: assuming that your taste is somewhat similar to mine and that you generally stray away from too much bling and flash in your watch choices, do you think that these small diamonds inside the hour markers are subtle enough that they don't scream "hey, look at me, my diamond-studded watch is so luxurious and expensive and better than yours"? Or would they ruin the watch for you?